Station 61

Fire Station 61 is located at 2195 Dayton Xenia Road in Beavercreek. Station 61 protects District 61, which incorporates the central areas of Beavercreek. Currently, Station 61 houses two medic units, two engines, a ladder truck, a rescue unit, a radio unit, the shift commander vehicle and an auxiliary van. Equipment and crews from this station generally respond to emergency calls incorporating the unincorporated areas, State Route 35, and the residential areas surrounding it. Station 61 is staffed 24-hours per day, year round.

Station 61's station number reflects a County-wide public safety identification system. Beavercreek Township utilizes the "60's" for its units and station for being part of Greene County.

Crews at the Fire Station work a traditional 24-on, 48-off shift. They work one 24-hour shift, followed by two 24-hour days off. The basic work day runs from 7:00 a.m. when they report to duty through 6:00 p.m. During this time they perform station and equipment cleaning and maintenance, train, workout and eat lunch and dinner. After dinner, the crews have the remainder of the shift as personal time. Regardless of time of day, they are required to be in-service to respond to emergencies.

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Did You Know?
Since 2005, Beavercreek City and Township residents are not personally billed for ambulance transports. Because you already pay property taxes, only your insurance company is billed. Any amount not covered by insurance is written-off. Non-residents are billed for the full cost of the services they receive from the fire department.

For more information about Fire Station 61, or to schedule a tour, please contact:

Beavercreek Township Fire Administration
851 Orchard Lane
Beavercreek, Ohio 45434
(937) 426-1213